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1. Can anybody explain me the concept of Multilevel BOM.

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Mahesh

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    Posted on Jan 29, 2008 at 09:56 AM

    Hi Mahesh,

    When you produce a material in house it has it's BOM of a component.

    But if the component is also a in house manufactured product then the same also has to have a BOM and hence a component.

    Depending upon the product nature this chain continues and you establish a multi level BOM.

    In SAP you can view the same using CS12.

    Hope this satisfies you.

    Narendra Lohokare.

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    Posted on Jan 29, 2008 at 10:03 AM

    Hi mahesh,

    suppose your are manufacturing product "A' , The input material is Rawmaterial (R) For A , That product has one level BOM.

    Single Level BOM is like this

    A-> R

    The input material is subassembly (M) (which has input materail as raw material.) , The BOM of "A" ahs more the one level. it is called Multilevel BOM

    Mutilevel BOM is like this

    A -> B->R

    U can use CS12 to view mutilevel, BOM structure for Header material

    Regards

    Pradeep

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